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Thursday, May 31, 2007

"It is self-evident that a mother who comes to regret her choice to abort must struggle with grief more anguished and sorrow more profound when she learns, only after the event, what she once did not know..."
While this guest column by our friend Theresa does address legislation (and as such would appear that it should be on our sister blog, Abortion Pundit), I've posted it here, because it is a good example of how the truth about what abortion has done to some, even many of us women is more and more getting an airing in the broad light of day.

"Spitzer's partial-birth abortion legislation must include all voices", By THERESA BONOPARTIS (Original publication: May 30, 2007)

I will caution our readers: the quote excerpted above continues in the column to describe truthfully, in regular English, what happens in a partial birth abortion.

Very important for us women who are having a difficult time dealing after our abortions are these facts and Theresa's accompanying challenge:
Pro-abortion groups continue to deny post-abortion trauma, and although they claim to speak for all women, they go out of their way to silence those not in agreement with their views. In addition to their attempts at silencing these women, and denying their experiences, they do all within their power to block legislation that would reduce abortion and give women the entire truth about its risks, both psychologically and physically.

I challenge [New York Governor Eliot Spitzer] to introduce a "Women's Right To Know" bill that may save countless numbers of women from becoming sterile, receiving cervical injuries, perforated uteruses, and developing endometriosis from abortion or suffering psychological consequences.
Hear, hear.

Excerpts from the article in The Journal News, a Gannett Co. Inc. newspaper serving Westchester, Rockland and Putnam Counties in New York.

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